PETA U.K. decided to celebrate the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's newest arrival a little early by sending them a faux-sheepskin blanket.
"Babies love animals, and a baby blanket that no animal was harmed to make is a wonderfully positive way to start what we hope will be a lifetime of compassion for the little one," said PETA U.K. Associate Director Mimi Bekhechi.
She went on to say, "We hope PETA U.K.'s gift to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will inspire other parents to buy cruelty-free gifts and clothing for their children."
The gift basket, referred to as a "hamper" across the pond, also includes an added bonus of vegan caviar and cruelty-free faux gras.
It's quite different from what the Princess is expected to eat once she arrives in the hospital this weekend.
E! News obtained a list of food items the mom-to-be can choose from inside the posh Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in London. From entrees like tomato soup, lamb chops and grilled chicken to desserts including cheesecakes and fresh fruit, Middleton has plenty of delicious choices to nibble on once she arrives.
PETA's generous gift is just one of the many early presents the Prince and Princess has received in honor of the royal baby.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard appeared in Australian Women's Weekly knitting a toy kangaroo for the little one.
More recently, the Finnish government sent the couple a special baby box. What's inside the container you may ask? Let's just say Finland was very generous when it came to its gift.
The box includes a functioning crib, a wide range of baby clothes, grooming items, a picture book, toys and much more. Where can we get our hands on one of those in the States?
With royal celebrations planned around the world, we have a feeling these gifts are just the beginning for the royal duo. Let's just hope people look at the couple's gift list before shopping. They've received quite the swag over the years.
—Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum